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2018-07-10 09:25:30 +0100 asked a question Other than "Jupyter Notebook", is there any other way to use Sage?

I am searching for a "compiler" way to use Sage.

Something like TeXShop, I write everything in a single file and press compile to get the results.

Is there an easy way to accomplish this?

Currently I am using the "Notebook" form of Sage which is neat but kind of gets in the way of more complicated programming.

(To be more clear, I am looking for something like an IDE "Integrated development environment", something like PyCharm for Python.)

Thanks a lot.

2018-07-08 17:28:15 +0100 asked a question View source code of "Modules"

How do I view the source code of "Modules" (those additional packages/functions that are written by users)?

To explain in detail, for example I want to know how a function .basis() or .rank() works. How do I check out the source code?

Thanks a lot.